But wait! The source dished much, much more:
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In fact, the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot actress gave her opinions on some hot button issues like the wage gap problem, the Presidential race, and the future of Mean Girls: the musical. Oh snap!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the best highlights from her tell-all interview for yourself (below):
This has been a long time in coming!
NBC has greenlit a brand new comedy variety show starring Maya Rudolph and Martin Short!
The comedy will be the network's latest attempt to find a primetime variety show that works, after cutting Best Time Ever starring Neil Patrick Harris — but this new show has been in development for quite a while!
The show, called Maya and Marty In Manhattan, will be
This… doesn't look as awful as it should.
When we first heard that they were making a movie version of Angry Birds, our initial reaction was that Hollywood had officially lost its mind.
Well, the second trailer for the popular video game dropped Tuesday night and now that we can finally see the plot of the movie, it actually looks pretty fun!
As you probably imagined, the movie will follow Jason Sudeikis' Red as he is forced to overcome his temper to save his naive feathered brethren from the kleptomaniacal pigs, but at least now we have confirmation this won't just be a two-hour clip of birds flying into blocks.
Make sure to catch Jason alongside Peter Dinklage, Maya Rudolph, Blake Shelton, Kate McKinnon, Keegan-Michael Key, Tony Hale, Bill Hader, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, and even Smosh when Angry Birds flies into theaters May 20!
Also, there's a legit water sports scene… which seems like an odd choice for a children's movie. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the second official Angry Birds trailer (above)!!!
When Maya Rudolph appeared on PBS' genealogy show Finding Your Roots, she wanted to establish an identity.
But the Saturday Night Live veteran found out so much more after discovering her slave ancestors' history in Tuesday's episode.
The 43-year-old, who is the daughter of late soul singer Minnie Riperton and music composer Richard Rudolph, admitted to host Henry Louis Gates Jr. she grew up "feeling a little orphaned by the idea of my heritage."
But that all changed when the actress was presented with an 1860 Kentucky document that detailed the 32 slaves owned by John Warren Grigsby.
Rudolph made the shocking discovery when she saw her maternal ancestor listed only by his gender and age: five years old.
After the realization, she broke down at the thought of her own daughter Lucille Anderson — who turned six in November — having to suffer the same fate as her ancestor.
Check out the emotional clip (below) and watch the episode to see the journeys of Rudolph, Shonda Rhimes, and Keenan Ivory Wayans on Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on PBS!
Miranda Lambert already knew this! LOLz!!!
It was announced on Tuesday that the 39-year-old country crooner has joined the cast of the Angry Birds Movie!
Blake will be portraying a pig from the countryside named Earl and he even gets to sing his own original song in the video game adaptation!
In fact, Blake says his new role reminds him a lot of another famous folksy flick, saying:
That's because the comedy duo's new film Sisters is opening too!
Since the raunchy comedy can use any help it can get against the highly-anticipated sci-fi blockbuster, the ENTIRE cast appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers — and used Star Wars action figures to plug their own film!
Tina and Amy were joined by costars Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ike Barinholtz, and writer Paula Pell to convince viewers to see Sisters through characters like Kylo Ren and BB-8!
When it was Amy's turn, the Parks and Recreation star may have lost her cool a little bit, exclaiming:
The Minions better watch out — ’cause there's a new horde of super cute animated characters that audiences are going to adore!
The Angry Birds Movie boasts a talented cast of Jason Sudeikis, Peter Dinklage, and Maya Rudolph! But the group of children who voiced the adorable baby birds called the Hatchlings will totally steal the show with their cuteness!
In a new teaser, these fuzzy little birds attempt to wish viewers happy holidays by singing Deck The Halls — except none of them know the words!
Their rendition starts out strong, but as the song goes on, they quickly lose interest — and it's the cutest thing EVER!
Ch-ch-check out the festive vid (above) and go see the Hatchlings in action when The Angry Birds Movie hits theaters in May 2016!